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There’s nothing wrong if gospel musicians opt for plastic surgeries – Gospel musician

There’s nothing wrong if gospel musicians opt for plastic surgeries – Gospel musician

US-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Ama Ataa Adomaa, popularly known as First Lady, says gospel musicians should be allowed to patronise plastic surgeries if they want to.


The musician, who forms part of the gospel singing duo, Heavenly Twins, said she sees nothing wrong when one decides to enhance their beauty artificially.

According to her, some Ghanaians have entangled themselves with religion so much that they see no good in beautifying themselves.

In an interview on Adom FM’s Entertainment Hall show over the weekend, the gospel musician, who is currently championing her latest single, said there are no requirements when one wants to be a gospel musician.

Talking further about her beliefs, she said “God looks at what is inside the heart” hence “there is no need to look ugly thinking God will like you that way, God actually loves what is beautiful”.

“If you are able to fix your teeth, why can’t you fix other parts of your body? I am only going to shape my butts. If God has given the doctors such abilities we have to patronise them,” she added.

First Lady noted that there are some people who would want to enjoy life but they use religion to entrap themselves.

“If you are able to go to the gym whereas me I don’t have the time and a doctor says he will do it for me then what is wrong with it? If you don’t have the money, you will say it’s a bad thing. If you are not rich or wealthy, you cannot go for such procedures,” she said.

Talking further, First Lady said most women would love to undergo plastic surgeries but the Ghanaian society forbids it.

She explained that body image is a problem for many women, especially after they give birth hence if someone has the money to go for liposuction people should have no problem with it.

“…then people should stop wearing wigs too… no matter what one way or the other you have something you are using to enhance your beauty,” the gospel singer said.

Entertainment critic and artiste manager Bulldog, who was also on the show, lauded her statement.

According to him, even if his wife wants to have a plastic surgery, he will allow her to do it.

Joshua Daniel

Nigerian based gospel minister CEO of Revelationmusik, a blogger, a social media manager and an entrepreneur. I have worked with so many notable names and award-winning artists in the Gospel genre of Christian music, both locally and internationally.

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